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Consultant Analyst Opportunity with Exciting Boutique Consultancy

Job reference:
J10002029
Location:
London
Salary:
£33,000 - £50,000
Job type:
Perm - Consulting
Sector:
Economics & Market Research, Strategy
Date posted:
03/11/2017

Are you looking to join a motivated and growing boutique consultancy? What about one which offers strong investment; interesting and challenging assignments and good room to progress? This is an excellent opportunity to join a dynamic work environment within a diverse and passionate team that that truly invests in their workforce, with dedicated mentorship, and both internal and external training courses. They are offering challenging work with blue-chip clients in financial services, technology, media and telecommunications, who they have been providing with evidence-led recommendations for over 40 years. The role is in their experienced and dedicated analytics team who focus on developing and executing quantitative analysis that respond to the clients' business challenges. 

Our client believe that generating and utilising customer and market insight gives companies a distinct and crucial advantage. Such businesses create products and services which are much more aligned to customers needs, and further, they are better prepared against changes in the market. As well as providing this, our client specialises in the interpretation and reading of data to draw actionable inputs which can transform the way customers run their business and their strategy. This combination or insight, analytics and strategy form the core specialisations for our client. 

This analytics team is responsible both for maintaining and building long-term relationships with clients and supporting projects led by other teams within our client's business. The products they deliver to clients include commercially robust, fact-based reports, white papers, dashboards, presentations and designs to help them communicate results clearly with their stakeholders. Their outputs support their clients’ decision making at the highest level. 

Due to strong growth they are looking for a consultant to support this delivery of strategic advice to help continue the good growth of their business.

What they are looking for:

A 1st class or 2:1 undergraduate degree is essential. Qualifications should include a strong and demonstrable quantitative element.
 
Advanced Excel proficiency along with knowledge of a programming language, preferably Python or R.
 
Familiarity with some of data analysis and data management techniques.
 
An eye for detail is essential, as is a genuine  interest in market research methods, quantitative analysis, statistics and modelling.
 
Commercial awareness and understanding of core economic principles.
 
Demonstrable experience of working in a demanding environment and be able to efficiently manage time, communicate effectively, be enthusiastic and also diplomatic.
 

An ability to:

Create compelling presentations and deliver them with confidence.
Independently build relationships with team members and client staff.
Organise and document work in a thorough and transparent manner.
Think creatively and originally when confronted with challenges.

Due to the international nature of our projects, the role may involve occasional international travel and fluency in a foreign language would be an advantage.
  

Career progression: 

This role offers the potential for rapid advancement. Our client invest time and effort building their team’s core skills by providing a clearly defined career path and ongoing support through line management, mentoring and coaching. The team works closely across different levels and with senior project leaders in an atmosphere where teamwork and high performance are recognised and rewarded. 

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